Friday, April 29, 2022

#ContemporaryRomance Review ~ Mall Out of Luck (At The Mall) by Sarah Robinson ~ #LGBT #FF #Novella


The end of the rainbow never looked so golden as in this standalone St. Patrick’s Day themed quick and queer novella meant to leave the reader feeling so darn lucky.

Saoirse (pronounced Sur-Sha) Walsh hails from a town of less than five hundred people in Nebraska—and she’s already left three of them at the altar. Now she’s moved to Michigan to start over as a business woman and tonight’s the opening of her bar—The Lucky Leprechaun—and, as luck would have it, it’s also St. Patrick’s Day so it’s not surprising when she finds herself charmed by one of the patrons at the bar.

Nell James believes that everyone makes their own luck, and she has no time for shenanigans. As a brilliant scientist and former foster child with a pet snake and a rooster-themed kitchen, she’s as rare as a four-leaf clover in the small Michigan town. But when she meets Saoirse and finds themselves tumbling into some unlucky shenanigans, Nell begins to realize that she just may have found her perfect match in the woman she meets at the end of the rainbow.



ASIN ‏ : ‎ B09QL1G9JT
Publication date ‏ : ‎ March 11, 2022
Print length ‏ : ‎ 81 pages

My Review and Rating:

Mall Out of LuckMall Out of Luck by Sarah Robinson
My rating: 3 of 5 stars

Mall Out of Luck is a cute St. Patrick’s Day themed novella. Nell James is a scientist in Michigan. She believes people make their own luck and doesn’t believe in luck for the sake of things. When she discovers the local bar has been sold to a woman from Nebraska, Nell makes it her mission to meet the new business owner.

Saoirse Walsh left Nebraska for the small town in Michigan to start over. Her expectations of success with the bar are high, and the time has come. The bar opens the very night the reader meets Saoirse. What she wasn’t expecting was Nell James to walk into her bar and save her from a ruthless journalist. Sparks fly and Saoirse and Nell find love.

Saoirse and Nell’s story was fun and flirty but also rushed. The novella doesn’t have a lot of depth or character development. Their quick romance was light and enjoyable, and the setting was described well. Readers looking for a short and sweet St. Patrick’s Day themed f/f romance will enjoy Mall Out of Luck.

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